Check out some passages from the beautiful speech of one of the main Brazilian (and world) indigenous leaders: Let’s talk about a delight that explains
The use of terminology such as ‘lockdown’ to refer to current government-controlled social distancing measures make us feel trapped in our homes, places we are supposed to love and where we should feel safe. Considering these periods of social distancing or self-isolation as spiritual retreats instead of a form of solitary confinement may be one way to help us cope with staying put. And the practice of slowing down by staying put and taking occasional breaks from the outside world and our busy lives may be worth holding on to once the crisis is over, as they reveal inner truths and new possibilities.
What if quarantine was our best opportunity for growth, healing, and self-development? A few weeks ago, when I found out about the lockdown, I told
I discovered meditation in 2016 thanks to the Peace Revolution Self-Development program. Since then, I have learned to really appreciate its value. Today, I wanted
Maintaining some form of a daily routine when in the house every day can be difficult, but don’t let this stop you. If you are